2020-21 All-Berks girls basketball

Jason Guarente, Reading Eagle, Pa.
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Apr. 9—Lily Seyfert, Wyomissing, senior: The 5-8 guard, a three-time selection, averaged 17.5 points, tied for tops in the league, and helped Wyomissing reach the county championship game for the first time in 20 years. She finished her career with 1,297 points.

Stella Mollica, Gov. Mifflin, senior: The 5-5 point guard helped Mifflin win Berks I and post the only undefeated record in league play. Mollica averaged 11.6 points, finished fifth in the league with 36 3-pointers and shot 76% from the foul line. She won two county championships and finished with 1,019 career points.

Alexis Hess, Fleetwood, sophomore: The 6-0 guard finished tied for first in the county in scoring at 17.5 points per game. She led the Tigers to the Berks and District 3 playoffs and is one of the nation's top recruits. She tied for sixth in the league with 33 3-pointers — though she played in just 15 games — and made 72.2% of her foul shots.

Abby Doyle, Wyomissing, senior: The 5-10 point guard, the Spartans' floor leader, averaged 13 points per game and was the league's top foul shooter at 81.4%. Wyomissing was 11-3 with her in the lineup and reached the county final for the first time in 20 years.

Ava Morrow, Twin Valley, senior: The 5-10 guard, a four-year varsity player, averaged 12.6 points and finished fourth in the league with 37 3-pointers in helping the Raiders win the Berks II title. She finished her career with 1,027 points.

Caroline Reedy, Berks Catholic, junior: The 5-8 forward was the best all-around player on the county championship team. Reedy averaged 11.1 points and made 77.1% of her foul shots. She scored in double figures in 15-of-23 games.

Caraline Herb, Berks Catholic, sophomore: The 5-7 guard averaged 11.6 points and made a league-leading 60 3-pointers for the Berks champs. She had one of the best individual performances in Berks history when she made 12 3-pointers and scored 38 points against Reading High on Feb. 4.

Bob Birmingham, Berks Catholic, coach: The county's career leader with 596 wins led the Saints to their third county championship in five seasons.

Player of the Year

Lily Seyfert

Lily Seyfert was a three-time All-Berks selection who brought Wyomissing to a place it hadn't seen in two decades.

The 5-8 guard/forward averaged 17.5 points, 10 rebounds and 3 assists per game and helped the Spartans reach the Berks championship game for the first time since 2001.

Seyfert was a terrific all-around scorer who could get to the rim and make long-range jumpers. She hit a career-high 41 3-pointers this past season.

The senior finished with 1,297 points, which ranks fourth in school history and 45th on the county's all-time list.

Best of the rest

All-Division I

Shakema Fenner, Reading High, senior

Keziah Brantley, Berks Catholic, sophomore

Jocelyn Grosch, Gov. Mifflin, senior

Keira Levengood, Wilson, junior

Grace Reedy, Exeter, freshman

Anyah Ortiz, Gov. Mifflin, sophomore

Honorable mention: Reading High — Ashanti Chapman. Gov. Mifflin — Elisa Fiore. Wilson — Gia Borelli. Berks Catholic — Mackenzie Gordos, Sarah Painton. Exeter — Morgan Truckermiller.

All-Division II

Natali Foster, Twin Valley, junior

Morgan Lennon, Twin Valley, senior

Sophia Rasiul, Twin Valley, senior

Ellie Miller, Conrad Weiser, junior

Kylie Meredith, Conrad Weiser, senior

Alayna Day, Muhlenberg, junior

Honorable mention: Twin Valley — Rachel Knight. Conrad Weiser — Kailee Richmond, Natalia Moll. Muhlenberg — Genesis Martinez. Daniel Boone — Lindsay Surkosky, Jenna Heasley.

All-Division III

Ava Gehman, Wyomissing, senior

Julia Kaskey, Fleetwood, junior

Alexis Baez, Fleetwood, senior

Abigayle White, Schuylkill Valley, senior

Madison Ziska, Schuylkill Valley, junior

Nina Klahr, Hamburg, senior

Honorable mention: Wyomissing — Maddie Campbell. Fleetwood — Amy Flannery. Schuylkill Valley — Lekaiah Solomon, Jadyn Heck-Hoppes. Hamburg — Riley Adam, Lauren Sterner.

All-Division IV

Ashlyn Clark, Brandywine Heights, senior

Emily Savitz, Brandywine Heights, junior

Olivia Moyer, Brandywine Heights, freshman

Kelsey Biehn, Oley Valley, junior

Abigail Reasoner, Kutztown, senior

Lindsay Johnson, Tulpehocken, junior

Honorable mention: Brandywine Heights — Avery Potteiger. Oley Valley — Kristina Kauffman, Morgan Snyder, Kylie Mossie. Kutztown — Karlie Vanek. Tulpehocken — Alyssa Boyer.